The Screen City Biennial 2019 aims to present, facilitate and examine art and artistic inquiry questioning the effect of human action on implicated ecologies.
‘Reclaiming Vision’, Marjolijn Dijkman and Toril Johannessen will be shown on an immersive widescreen format at the Levyhalli hall at Suomenlinna. The cinematic piece features various processes in brackish water and its inhabitants that are hidden to the naked human eye. Curated by Jenni Nurmenniemi.
The narrative path of the exhibition Under Water uniquely avoids analysing ideological problems in the Anthropocene Era and those that can be considered as scenarios of a “post-water” future.
The exhibition title Being(s) with draws our attention from human-centered thinking to how everything is connected through various intertwining, co-dependent materials, beings and technologies. However, these relations are not purely harmonious. The challenge of being with others is the core of the exhibition. Its twenty selected artists provide an extensive study of how non-human factors and powers shape our lives.
Uncommon Nature looks towards ideas of collective experience and the inherent multiplicity that is encapsulated within it both online and ‘in real life’. Satellite is a screen-based public art project that exists across multiple public locations simultaneously. With: Jonathas de Andrade, Marjolijn Dijkman, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Martina Amati, Rä di Martino.
The exhibition POSTCENTRAL touches on the question of where “the body” can be found and where it might be heading, with a focus on non-naturalist ideas of women’s and queer bodies as spaces of futurity and potential.
Curated by Navine G. Khan- Dossos. With Zach Blas, Jesse Darling, Marjolijn Dijkman, Antye Guenther, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Kirsten Stolle, Addie Wagenknecht, Xiyadie.
Solo exhibition with collaborative works by Marjolijn Dijkman & Toril Johannessen including the sculptural installation Liquid Properties, the film Reclaiming Vision and the photo series Aberrations, all produced in 2018.
The TENDENCIES exhibition focuses on works that question scientific and technological innovations as much as they incorporate them. For this fourth edition, it looks at our relationship with possible futures, be they dystopian or utopian.
Sound and visual installations by six artists, Marjolijn Dijkman, Jerry Galle, Mikkel Rørbo, Kris Verdonck, Pierre Jean Giloux, and SEAD Collective, are brought together to provoke an overview effect, like that experienced by certain astronauts when they observe Earth from space and realise how fragile life is.